tremorine

trem·or·ine

(trem'ŏr-ēn),
A chemical that in the laboratory produces a tremor resembling parkinsonian tremor and is used to produce experimental parkinsonism.
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An alcoholic extract of CP was found to cause an antagonist effect against amphetamines and tremorine, a potentiation of the acetylcholine effect of pentobarbitone induced hypnosis and morphine analgesia, without having own sedative properties.
The water soluble portion of an alcoholic extract abolished spontaneous motor activity and the fighting response, but did not affect the escape response; electrically induced convulsive seizures and tremorine induced tremors were antagonised by the extract (Sharma 1965).